Confidence returns as Charolais climb to 5600gns

Lawrence, Chrissie
April 2008
Farmers Weekly;4/25/2008, p74
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increase in sales of Charolais cattle during an auction in Welshpool, Wales driven by demand from commercial producers who demonstrated confidence in the sector. The sale leader of the day was the two-year old Castellmawr Bleddyn, from father and son team Alwyn and Medwyn Williams. The day's second top price at 4600gns went to Maerdy Beachboy. The day's reserve championship, Wernvale Bouncer, by Trefonnen United, from M. A. Evans commanded a 3700gns price tag from M. H. Morris and Sons.


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